Every month music art of Indian Maestros is being presented by IMC OnAir ... with specific deatails of Indias music system, the eldest music culture in the world, well reputated musicians of Indian Classical Music, instruments of India and some interesting background informations. The programme is designed for friends of Indian Music and also gives access to beginners.
date of broadcasting …
13th June 2011 – 10:00 p.m. (CEST) @ Radio RaSA (premiere: 27th March 2006 – 03:00-03:58 pm @ Tide 96.0 FM) broadcasting plan | streaming (Internet Radio & Mobile Radio) | podCast
The headline for the premiere show on 22nd May 2006: (late) morning ragas, played by the music maestros Ustad Hafiz Ali Khan, the father of Amjad Ali Khan and Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, the leading Sarode players of India.
In the thaat system and it’s 10 basic scales the morninga ragas are represented strongest. Following the four thaats Bhairav (e.g. Raag Aheer Bhairav), Bhairavi (e.g. Raag Bilaskani Todi), Asaravari and Todi (e.g. Raag Mian-Ki Todi or Gurjari Todi)a tremendous number of morning ragas has been created.
The correct time of day and night for a performing ragas is one of the centre rules of the raga system. (Late) morning ragas are performed between 06:00 and 09:00 a.m. …
see (Early) Morning Ragas here: http://www.archive.org/details/IMC-Early-Morning-Ragas-part1 http://www.archive.org/details/IMC-Early-Morning-Ragas-part2 http://www.archive.org/details/IMC-Early-Morning-Ragas-part3
Ragas are the frame work of the Indian Classical Music. They describe the emotional expression and define the material of notes. All IMC broadcasting shows present original recordings, produced in India and published / distributed from Indian Music Labels.
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